a store that sells wines, liquor, etc., by the bottle; liquor store.
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How to use bottle shop in a sentence
For over 20 years, Danny Frounfelkner, co-owner of Sipple, a nonalcoholic bottle shop in Houston, worked in the hospitality industry.
In May, Babitz decided to harness that knowledge by opening a storefront location of the Open Road in Pittsburgh, a bottle shop dedicated to selling only nonalcoholic beverages.
Never since it has been a court has it had such a Fortunatus' purse of gossip as in the proceedings at the rag and bottle shop.Bleak House | Charles Dickens
She was wretchedly poor and lived in a small room over a rag-and-bottle shop kept by a man named Krook.Tales from Dickens | Charles Dickens and Hallie Erminie Rives
British Dictionary definitions for bottle shop
Australian, NZ and Southern African a shop or part of a hotel where alcohol is sold in unopened containers for consumption elsewhere: Also called: bottle store
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